The New York Times crossword is considered a kind of gold standard; the paper has run crossword puzzles since 1942, first published in the Sunday edition.
It also requires a constructor to be a gauge of pop culture and language usage, as clues must be legible to a broad audience.
Diversifying the pool of constructors is important because it will diversify the actual content of the puzzles.
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